‘Israel seeks Assad vby buffer zone in Syria’ – Video

'Israel seeks Assad vby buffer zone in Syria'
A political commentator tells Press TV that Israel is planning to create a buffer zone in the occupied Golan Heights and the Sinai desert in yet another effort to topple President Bashar al-Assad. The Israeli military's northern command, however, says the plan aims at fending off militants that may enter Israel and carry out attacks. The developments came after Israeli fighter jets hit a Syrian research system, under the pretext of foiling an attempt to funnel weapons to Lebanese resistance movement of Hezbollah. Press TV has interviewed Naseral-Omari, writer and political commentator in New York to further discuss the issue. Follow our Facebook on: www.facebook.com Follow our Twitter on: twitter.com Follow our Tumblr on: presstvchannel.tumblr.com

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‘Israel seeks Assad vby buffer zone in Syria’ – Video

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